United States Seventh Circuit - March 2001 Opinion Summaries

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GORDON v. UNITED AIRLINES, INC.

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law
Where the record shows inconsistencies in defining and disparities in applying employer's proffered justification for termination, and employee's...
03/29/2001 99-4068

WHETSEL v. NETWORK PROP. SERV., LLC

United States Seventh Circuit
Labor & Employment Law
When an employer has a practice or policy of improper deductions for docking an employee's salary in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act, the...
03/29/2001 00-2798

US v. JONES

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
Where defendant would be subject to sentence enhancement anyway due to a prior felony drug conviction, and the current conviction is below the...
03/28/2001 00-2531

HORTON v. US

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
A defendant's conviction becomes "final" under 18 2255 (6)(1) when the Supreme Court denies the defendant's petition for a writ of certiorari (absent...
03/28/2001 98-3481

L C & S, INC. v. WARREN COUNTY AREA PLAN COMM'N

United States Seventh Circuit
Constitutional Law
While plaintiffs may be the only target of legislation, the commonplace enactment of legislation incited by concern over one person or organization is...
03/28/2001 00-3062

GARRATT v. KNOWLES

United States Seventh Circuit
ERISA
Where employer's Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan is a "top hat" plan, as its purpose is to avoid limitations of the Internal Revenue Code, and...
03/28/2001 00-2835

MAYORAL v. SHEAHAN

United States Seventh Circuit
Civil Rights
Prisoner's civil rights complaint under 42 USC 1983, alleging that guards were aware of inmate gangs and drinking activity but were deliberately...
03/27/2001 00-1034

SLANEY v. INT'L AMATEUR ATHLETIC FED'N

United States Seventh Circuit
Dispute Resolution & Arbitration, Sports Law
The New York Convention, 9 USC 201, bars an athlete's challenge to arbitration with an athletic tribunal where the athlete is more than an interested...
03/27/2001 99-4146

LAWSON v. CSX TRANSP., INC.

United States Seventh Circuit
Health Law, Labor & Employment Law
Insulin-dependent diabetes and related medical conditions are physical impairments covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act, and where the...
03/26/2001 00-1179

US v. HATCHETT

United States Seventh Circuit
Criminal Law & Procedure
A conviction and sentence for distributing crack cocaine and aiding and abetting a purchaser's re-sale of the same cocaine does not amount to an...
03/26/2001 99-2305